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A map of Lower Manhattan... A mini-umbrella for unexpected spring thunderstorms... Comfortable shoes for pounding the New York sidewalks... And of
When we think of documentary filmmakers, we think of work that has a pattern: conceive, research, document, edit, distribute. Of course, that's a
indieWIRE was born as a free daily e-mail publication in 1996, and over the past 10 years has been honored with a "Webby" Award for best film website
'Page One: Inside The New York Times' opens June 17 through Magnolia Pictures and Participant Media.
On Monday, November 16, filmmaker Renee Tajima-Peña will be in conversation with Turner Classic Movies' Ben Mankiewicz to discuss her decades-long
Documentary: The Crossroads of Journalism and Art
In its Fall 2001 issue, Nieman Reports , published by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University, explored the convergences and
Speaking at the Commonwealth Club of California earlier this year, Albert Maysles made a comment that many in the audience may not have heard. He said
As we poise gingerly on the precipice of another year, we tend to look back longingly, one last time, at the year that brought us here. Fortunately
The motion picture world has witnessed many passings of late, as has the documentary world, which lost three individuals who quietly made a difference